Executive Branch And Citizenship Quiz

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History quiz. Executive branch and citizenship


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  • 1. 

    Which of these choices is NOT a duty of a citizen

    • A.

      Obeying laws

    • B.

      Paying taxes

    • C.

      Participating in community government

    • D.

      Attending school

    Correct Answer
    C. Participating in community government
    Explanation
    Participating in community government is not a duty of a citizen. While citizens are encouraged to engage in their community and contribute to its well-being, it is not a mandatory duty. Obeying laws, paying taxes, and attending school, on the other hand, are all responsibilities that citizens are expected to fulfill.

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  • 2. 

    How many steps does it take to complete the Naturalization Process?

    • A.

      3

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      4

    • D.

      6

    Correct Answer
    A. 3
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 3 because the naturalization process typically involves three main steps. The first step is to submit an application, which includes completing forms and gathering necessary documents. The second step is attending an interview, where the applicant will be asked questions about their background and application. The final step is taking the naturalization test, which includes an English language and civics exam. Once these three steps are completed successfully, the naturalization process is considered complete.

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  • 3. 

    A person that is in our country illegally is called a

    • A.

      Fugitive

    • B.

      Citizen

    • C.

      Immigrant

    • D.

      Alien

    Correct Answer
    D. Alien
    Explanation
    The term "alien" is commonly used to refer to a person who resides in a country without legal authorization or documentation. It is a neutral term that does not imply any criminal activity, but simply indicates that the person is not a citizen or legal resident of the country. The term "fugitive" refers to a person who is running away or hiding to avoid arrest or legal consequences, which may not accurately describe someone who is in the country illegally. "Citizen" refers to a person who has legal rights and privileges in a country, while "immigrant" refers to a person who moves to a different country to settle there permanently, which may or may not be the case for someone who is in the country illegally.

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  • 4. 

    How many voted is there in the electoral college?

    • A.

      538

    • B.

      346

    • C.

      438

    • D.

      250

    Correct Answer
    A. 538
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 538. The electoral college is a group of representatives who cast the official votes for the election of the President and Vice President of the United States. Each state is allocated a certain number of electors based on its representation in Congress, which includes both senators and representatives. There are 100 senators and 435 representatives, totaling 535. Additionally, there are 3 electors from the District of Columbia, bringing the total number of electors in the electoral college to 538.

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  • 5. 

    How many electoral votes does it take to win the election

    • A.

      186

    • B.

      270

    • C.

      230

    • D.

      250

    Correct Answer
    B. 270
    Explanation
    In the United States, the presidential election is determined by the Electoral College. Each state is assigned a certain number of electoral votes based on its population. To win the election, a candidate needs to secure at least 270 out of the total 538 electoral votes. Therefore, the correct answer is 270.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is not a right of a citizen?

    • A.

      The right to vote

    • B.

      Right to operate a motor vehicle

    • C.

      The right to practice your own religion

    • D.

      The right to be protected by your government when in other countries

    Correct Answer
    B. Right to operate a motor vehicle
    Explanation
    The right to operate a motor vehicle is not a right of a citizen. While citizens have the right to vote, practice their own religion, and be protected by their government when in other countries, the right to operate a motor vehicle is not considered a fundamental right. It is a privilege that is granted by the government and can be revoked if certain conditions are not met, such as obtaining a valid driver's license and following traffic laws.

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  • 7. 

    Which is not a requirement to become the president?

    • A.

      35 years old

    • B.

      U.S. citizen

    • C.

      Born in U.S.

    • D.

      At least 5 years of political experience

    Correct Answer
    D. At least 5 years of political experience
    Explanation
    The requirement of having at least 5 years of political experience is not necessary to become the president. The other three requirements mentioned in the question, which are being 35 years old, a U.S. citizen, and being born in the U.S., are the necessary qualifications to become the president.

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